Publications

Fisheries Research

Prohaska, B.K., Talwar B.S., Grubbs R.D. 2021. Blood biochemical status of deep-sea sharks following longline capture in the Gulf of Mexico. Conservation Physiology.

Talwar B.S., Bouyoucos I.A., Brooks, E.J., Brownscombe J.W., Suski C.D., Cooke S.J., Grubbs, R.D., Mandelman J.W. 2020. Variation in behavioural responses of sub-tropical marine fishes to experimental longline capture. ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Talwar B.S., Stein J.A., Connett S.M.H., Liss S.A., Brooks E.J. 2020. Results of a fishery-independent longline survey targeting coastal sharks in the eastern Bahamas between 1979 and 2013. Fisheries Research.

Boyoucos I.A., Talwar B.S., Brooks E.J., Brownscombe J., Cooke S.J., Suski C.D., Mandelman J.W. 2018. Exercise intensity while hooked is associated with physiological status of longline-captured sharks. Conservation Physiology. 

Talwar B., Mandelman J.W., Brooks E.J., Grubbs R.D. 2017. Stress, post-release mortality, and recovery of commonly discarded deep-sea sharks caught on longlines. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Talwar B., Brooks E.J., Grubbs R.D. 2016. An assessment of post-release mortality for a commonly discarded deep-sea isopod using reflex impairment. ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Behavior

Shipley O., Talwar B., Grubbs R.D., Brooks E.J. 2016. Isopods associated with deepwater sharks Squalus cubensis and Heptranchias perlo from The Bahamas. Marine Biodiversity.

Harborne A., Talwar B., Brooks E.J. 2016. The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.

O’Shea O. R., Mandelman J.W, Talwar B., Brooks E.J. 2015. Novel observations of an opportunistic predation event by four apex predatory sharks. Marine & Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology.

Toolbox

van Zinnicq Bergmann M., Postaire B.D., Gastrich K., Heithaus M.R., Hoopes L.A., Lyons K., Papastamatiou Y.P., Schneider E.V.C., Strickland B.A., Talwar B.S., Chapman D.D.,  Bakker J. 2021. Elucidating shark diets with DNA metabarcoding from cloacal swabs. Molecular Ecology Resources.

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Talwar B., Bouyoucos I.A., Shipley O., Rummer J., Mandelman J., Brooks E.J., Grubbs R.D. 2017. Validation of a portable, waterproof blood pH analyzer for elasmobranchs. Conservation Physiology.

Shipley O.N., Sweeting C.J., Olin J.A., Brooks E.J., Barker S., Polunin N.V.C., Witt M.J., Talwar B., Newman S.P., Hussey N.E. 2017. Polar compounds preclude mathematical lipid correction of carbon stable isotopes in deep-water sharks. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology.

Book Contributions

Talwar B., Harborne A., Brooks E.J. 2015. The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes. ​In Proceedings of the Mangroves as Fish Habitat Symposium. American Fisheries Society.

Policy Contributions

Kiszka J., Talwar B., Minton G., Collins T., Reeves R. 2018. Cetacean bycatch in Indian Ocean tuna fisheries: recent updates and perspectives from the 13th Meeting of the Working Party on Ecosystems and Bycatch of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission. International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee. 

Talwar B., Lent R., Berggren P., Hines E., Kiszka J., Henry L. Marine Mammal Bycatch in Global Fisheries: A Workshop Summary of Mitigation Measures, Tools, & Solutions. 22nd Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. 

Kiszka J., Talwar B. IOTC-WBEP13 2017. Report of the 13th Session of the IOTC Working Party on Ecosystems and Bycatch. Executive Summary: Cetaceans. San Sebastian, Spain.